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- Wang, Huili; Xie, Yun; Jiao, Meng; Hu, Xiao; Li, Jitong; Xu, Peng; Zhang, Yanfeng; Chang, Jing
- Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 2018 v.66 no.44 pp. 11640-11646
- diflubenzuron, etc ; cleavage (chemistry); feces; fish; genes; hepatocytes; liver; lizards; metabolism; metabolites; population dynamics; rats; thyroid hormone receptors; toxicity; triiodothyronine; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... The metabolic process of diflubenzuron in rat or fish has been well studied, but little is known about its elimination pathway in lizard. The current study predicted the metabolic route of diflubenzuron in lizard feces and compared the toxicity of diflubenzuron and 4-chloroaniline on lizard thyroid system. The amido bond cleavage was the major route for diflubenzuron elimination in lizard feces. 4 ...